Europe’s infrastructure market is one of the biggest in the world, with assets under management (AUM) continuing to grow, Europe-focused funds closing above their target size and the number of infrastructure deals reaching record heights. There is a steady stream of new investable projects as well as an abundance of existing operational infrastructure assets, all of which are providing plenty of opportunities for investors.
The UK’s vote for Brexit has created numerous new challenges for the sector with many questions needing to be answered, such as how will some of the UK’s planned major projects be implemented and what will it mean for the financing and development of infrastructure schemes throughout Europe? Additionally, the infrastructure funding gap remains, with good projects waiting for finance and finance waiting for good projects. At the same time, the continent’s economy is facing numerous growth challenges. And, of course, this all has to be viewed in the context of the global economic and political challenges that are putting pressure on growth projections.
Register today for this 2nd Annual Summit to join other professionals including:
- Leading infrastructure developers
- Institutional and corporate investors
- Policy advisers
- Government and European Union officials
Expert speakers will consider the challenges of Brexit on investors in the sector and discuss fundraising, deal structuring, regulation and return, opportunities and issues in both the emerging Europe and the energy sectors.